It’s that time of the year when night falls, takes charge, and run wild in full swing. Yes, Halloween is upon us and if you’re not one to cower in fear when 31st October comes around, here’s 5 ways to exhilarate the scare factor.
1. Caffé B’s Halloween-themed Menu
Celebrate a hauntingly captivating Halloween with Caffé B as they introduce to the bill of fare three portentous and extravagant dishes that will tingle your taste buds and leave you craving for more.
Black Squid Ink Japanese Omelette
Laced in a gruesome Halloween theme, the restaurant knows just the right buttons to press to get the scare factor on, with a dinner set menu ($30++) sporting dishes like Black Squid Ink Japanese Omelette, Pollo alla Diavola (a half spring chicken with flavours of herbs and spices) and Spooky Berries (charcoal-black sponge cake, topped with a layer of macerated strawberry).
Pollo alla Diavola
That’s not all, continue the ghoulish Halloween festivities with two cocktail selections of the Death by Berries ($8) (medley of vanilla ice cream, cucumber, blueberries, blackberries, honey, and then garnished with bloody jelly) or the Zombie Sling ($15) (infusion of black vodka concocted with Violette, parfait amour and orange juice).
Available from now to 31 October 2016 experience the furor that Halloween brings. For reservations, please call 6887 3311 or 6222 2329.
2. Hallow-roo With Deliveroo
If you’re staying at home but hope to have a little bit of fun this Halloween, the on-demand premium food delivery service Deliveroo has got you covered. Deliveroo delivers a rendition of their Hallow-Roo~ experience with a host of your favourite restaurants to serve up terrifyingly tasty food items.
Da Paolo’s ‘Oozy Eyeballs Pizza’
Available from 24-31 October 2016, opt for Halloween themed items such as KPO’s ‘Evil Mother in Law Cocktail’ for a spicy surprise, Da Paolo’s ‘Oozy Eyeballs Pizza’ or Nassim Hills ‘Chili Crab Pasta’ from hell.
Nassim Hills ‘Chili Crab Pasta’
For those looking for more ghoulishly delicious food, Wing Zone’s “Black Voodoo Chicken’ which is sizzled with Cajun flavours or try Meat Liquor’s ‘Monkey’s Fingers’! What’s more, order throughout Hallow-Roo week and you’ll be in for a trick-or-treat surprise with the riders dressing up as your favourite Halloween characters.
For more information on their Halloween promos, visit Deliveroo.
3. Halloween Horror Nights 6 #HHN6
Halloween Horror Nights 6 at Universal Studios Singapore returns with 5 brand new haunted houses ready to brew up a storm! With only just a few weeks left till 31 October 2016 to experience the haunted houses, definitely consider making a trip down this Halloween!
Halloween Horror Nights 6 (Source)
This year, the 5 new houses raise from the depths with an EDM-style grand opening to prepare you for the hair-raising experience. 5 haunted houses include:
- Old Changi hospital
- Salem Witch House
- Hawker Centre Massacre
- Bodies of Work
- Hu Li’s Inn
We went on a Thursday evening and with just 5 hours to spare, we thought we couldn’t make it for all in time. But we even had enough time to ride on the Battlestar Galactica and watch the popular ‘deranged’ circus show – Jack’s Recurring Nightmare Circus! #HHN6 creative themes this year is definitely worth the wait and queuing time, especially for the aesthetics and intricate details in every room. How the scare actors keep compose and stay in character throughout the grueling 5 hours is amazing.
Hu Li’s Inn Haunted House (Source)
Guide if you’re pressed for time: If you’re worried for time and in need for a real scare, I would recommend heading to Bodies of Work (shocking and scary), followed by Old Changi Hospital (creepy, and there’s even a morgue!), then to Hu Li’s Inn (for their head-turning scare actresses), Hawker Centre Massacre (close-to-home concept with a disarray of a bustling Hawker centre), and lastly the Salem Witch House (think vengeful witches and demons while venturing through a forest).
4. ADRIFT’s ‘The Masqued Ball’
Get ready for a masquerade party like no other! On the Halloween weekend (29 October) ADRIFT will be hosting a glamorous Masquerade Halloween party with a 4-course Omakase dinner and drink pairing, followed by free-flow custom cocktails, music and dancing!
Celebrated Chef David Myers will be preparing a 4-course menu starting off with a King Prawn Alaskan Crab cocktail, followed by an Autumnal Pumpkin Soup with foie gras and confit quail. For mains, guests will be treated to a Miso-glazed Pork Chop with Brussel sprouts and rounding off the evening with their signature Chocolate fritter with ginger ice cream and persimmon.
- When: 29 October 2016
- Time: Dinner (7pm-9pm), Drinks & party (9pm-2am)
- Where: ADRIFT, Marina Bay Sands Hotel Lobby Tower 2
- Reservations: $238 (dinner and drinks), $121 (drinks only) via email at email@example.com or call 6688 5657.
Dress to impress this Halloween and abandon all inhibitions for an all-night dance affair! For more information on ADRIFT’s Masqued Ball, see here.
5. Go on a Fried-ful food adventure and the FIRST-ever ‘Silent Party’ in the east
If all else fails, take the Halloween weekend and go on a fried-full food adventure. Here’s a great guide of 10 Hidden Hawker Gems in Tampines You’ll Want To Travel Across Singapore For. Be careful though, there may not be any ghouls, ghosts or goblins, but guess we’re more afraid of the calories! (Haha!)
Or if you’re in the Tampines area and you’re one to show off your dance moves, you’ll have to join the good folks at Tampines 1 for the first-ever SILENT PARTY in the East!
Tampines 1 Silent Party (Source)
- When: Friday & Saturday, 28 & 29 October
- Time: 8pm – 12am
- Where: Rooftop, Tampines 1, 10 Tampines Central 1
For more information and ticket sales, visit here.
Enjoy your Halloween weekend everyone!
Article by Keith Jonathan.
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